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  • Rossignol X-IUM Skate

    The all-new X-IUM SKATE boot is developed for expert skate skiers seeking top-level racing performance. Featuring the same anatomically-shaped, 100% carbon cuff and… [more]

  • Rossignol X10 Classic

    The new X10 CLASSIC is a high-performance classic boot with a committed race fit for expert skiers. The lower profile Xcelerator sole increases leverage and performance.… [more]

  • Fischer Twin Race

    The skin ski for extremely sporty cross country skiers. Two separate skin strips arranged in slightly offset positions and with variable base-depth integration result in… [more]

  • Rossignol R-Skin

    The all-new R-Skin classic ski features a replaceable mohair insert for great kick in all conditions with no prep work. Designed for competitive athletes to expert… [more]

  • V2 XLA940C - 2016

    The XLA940C uses a 33mm wide front ratchet wheel for better skating characteristics, but in order to increase stability when classic skiing the rear wheels are standard… [more]

  • V2 XLQ98 - 2016

    The new composite forks with built in fenders are just one of the five vibration-absorbing materials in the new XLQ hybrid construction. The three XLQ98 models are… [more]

  • Fischer Carbonlite Classic - 2016

    The Carbonlite Classic version of the rollerski with integrated backstop. The material of the newly developed Air Core Composite frame makes for an extremely smooth ride… [more]

  • Rossignol X-IUM Premium Skate

    The all-new X-IUM PREMIUM SKATE is the ultra-lightweight competitive carbon skate boot for elite-level athletes and Sochi Olympic heroes like Martin Fourcade. Featuring… [more]

  • V2 Aero XL150S - 2016

    The V2 Aero roller skis are the most versatile roller skis available. The large diameter pneumatic wheels can be used on surfaces where it’s impossible to roller ski on… [more]

  • Fischer Carbonlite Skate - 2016

    Thanks to the unique Air Core Composite frame construction the Carbonlite Skate optimally absorbs vibrations, offering extremely smooth performance. With an ideal… [more]

  • Rottafella Xcelerator Pro Skate

    Optimize your skating performance with Xcelerator Pro Skate, the binding designed to enable you to skate better and faster and realize your full skating potential. The… [more]

  • Rottafella Performance Skate

    In order to satisfy an ever-increasing throng of leisure-time skiers who want to get more pleasure from their skiing activities, Rottefella has developed the Performance… [more]

  • Salomon SNS Pilot Carbon RS2

    SNS Pilot Carbon RS2 Skate Bindings offer a high level of performance and are lightweight for racing and training. The close-to-the-ski design maximizes efficient… [more]

  • Rottafella Xcelerator 2.0 Classic

    Xcelerator Skate and Classic is a new generation nordic ski bindings. New technology allows for greater speed and enhances the skiing experience. An R&D focus on new… [more]



Come out to the Bicycle Doctor June 14th from 6 pm to 8 pm for a chance to meet THE Jens Voigt, former professional road racer on Trek Factory Racing.

Each week we bring you a product that we use and love. This week we present you Jessica Vertz of Drumlin Massage Therapy.

Why we like it

Jessica Vertz is BCETMB national board certified massage therapist trained in several different modalities which she incorporates into each session as needed. 

Massage therapy has played an important role in cycling over many decades. Professional cyclists have long used post-race massage as a means of recovery in order to prepare for the next day of grand tour stage racing. A good massage therapist is able to open blood vessels to flush out waste and promote recovery. A massage can also act to break up adheasions in the tissue that may limit range of motions and create discomfort. Not only is massage great for the muscular and skeletal aspects of recovery, it also helps to reduces stress and promote a feeling of well being.

Who should try this?

Cycling can be an extremely physically demanding sport. What you do off the bike is just as, or more, important than what you do on the bike. Any cyclist that trains hard can benefit from incorporating massage into their training as a way to both prevent injury and recover faster. A deep tissue massage three to five days before a big race or event is recommended to enable greater musclar mobility. A neuromuscular massage helps to stimulate recovery after some hard riding.

Even if you only ride recreationally or not at all, Jessica performs a variety of non-sport related massage practices. Some of these include Swedish, Chair, Hot Stone Therapy, Lomi Lomi, and Pregrancy Massage.

The best part is that you can find Jessica's studio right behind the Bicycle Doctor!

Read more about Drumlin Massage Therapy here or you can call for appointment (262-370-5100).

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Today's Tip

Dealing With Road Rage - It's best to avoid aggressive drivers. Look for escape routes or stop and get off the road. Confrontation rarely solves anything and often escalates the situation, so make every effort to steer clear. If you were threatened or put in danger, try to memorize the license plate and what the driver looked like and report the incident to the authorities. Usually, it's best to file a written report so officers have all the details and can take action.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

Bicycles designed around a reclined instead of an upright body position. On recumbents you sit in a seat that resembles a lawn chair (complete with backrest) and pedal with your legs out in front of your body. These unique bicycles come in a variety of configurations but all offer great comfort because they support more body weight and eliminate pressure on the hands, arms, neck, etc.